The Time Synchronization Problem in data-intense Manufacturing
Modern production systems rely heavily on data from the machines, processes and other sources. The amount and resolution of the data increases continuously allowing complex models like Machine Learning models to be trained and applied in production. All analytics and models that rely on the production data implicitly require a suitable data quality. Central level of data generation and acquisition is the machine level where data from machine and sensors are generated and need to be aggregated. In this paper, we define the Time Synchronization Problem that arise from the different data sources and technical properties of computerized systems in manufacturing directly impacting the quality of Time-Series data. Further, we cluster current approaches and discuss their applicability in data-intense manufacturing.
Leistungszentrum Vernetzte, Adaptive Produktion